I believe that everyone is called to share love and goodwill. Each of us does make a difference and together, that difference can create positive good for all.
I should have known better than to put this title on here! I didn’t get an option to download today. But that leads to other options, like click on the link below instead!
Thank you for being here and for your support! It means a lot.
Psalm 62 is a reminder that all the power in the world is not a match for the Rock of Divine Strength and Love.
Yesterday, 01.19.2021, was a little much and Facebook live kept cutting me off. In the one below, I did make it to the spot where I would have prayed. I am thankful for those who prayed for me. Today, the effect of those prayers came shining through abbreviated it’s been an All-Star Day!
These words keep running through my head today: O Love That Will Not Let Me Go. I thought there may be others who needed to hear them as well, to know that all is not hopeless.
Before I can figure out one social media’s how-to, it’s off to another one! As confusing as it can be, it can also stretch us and bless us, and maybe bring some good news to others.
“Can anything good come from Nazareth?” is the question Nathaniel asks Phillip in The Gospel of John. Can anything good take place on the internet? “Come and See” is the answer. Prayer and living in prayer let us come and see.
Please join me in prayer:
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
While Christmas Day is behind us and the twelve days of Christmas are over, the message of Christmas is not. Heaven and Earth do meet. The Holy is with and within us.
It is snowing here! And the flakes are big enough to see! Praying to be open to the Holy Wonders all the time.
My video wouldn’t download today, so I am posting the link.
Jesus’ baptism began his ministry where he showed us what it means to love. Throughout his life, he broke down barriers, and in his death, we are told that the Temple veil ripped apart, so that there are no barriers between us and our Creator and each other. We are beloved daughters and sons of God.
Communion was called The Lord’s Table where I grew up because Christ invites us and we do not exclude anyone. It is also the family table as we gather together and recall the death and resurrection of Jesus.
I invite you to join in this “at home” Communion.